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(432) 684-7424 Robert E. Christensen, DDS
(432) 684-7424
2303 W Louisiana Ave Midland, TX 79701

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Dental Cleanings & Checkups in Midland, TX

blonde woman smiling Routine appointments are crucial when it comes to preventing dental damage and having potential issues treated at their earliest possible stages. Midland dentist, Dr. Robert Christensen welcomes your entire family for a simple process in a warm and friendly office atmosphere. Our team learns everything we can about your unique smile, and with the help of an in-depth cleaning from one of our trusted hygienists, you leave our office feeling refreshed and more confident in your oral health than ever before. Please contact us today if you have any questions, or if you’re ready to schedule your first visit. 

Thorough Smile Evaluations

During your check-up, Dr. Christensen's goal will be to identify any and all areas of concern for your oral health and well-being. A visual examination includes the surfaces of each tooth, your gums, your bite, and much more. Digital X-rays show us the details that the naked eye can't see. Periodontal charting and oral cancer screening are provided as well. Once our team has all of this important information, Dr. Christensen gives you his recommendations for treatment, if needed. 

Revitalize Oral Hygiene with Dental Cleanings

The most constant threat that patients face when it comes to their oral health is the accumulation of plaque, a film like bacterial substance which adheres to teeth. While plaque can typically be removed with regular brushing and flossing, it's common for certain spots to be missed time and time again, which gives plaque the time it needs to form a hard deposit known as tartar. Tartar can’t be removed through regular methods, but thankfully, one of our talented hygienists in Midland can handle the job. By thoroughly removing these deposits, we minimize the threat of cavities, periodontal disease, and other oral damage for our patients.